Driving a pickup truck is all about being prepared for whatever comes your way. And while a great pickup gets you a long way, sometimes the tires you choose can make all the difference. Below we break down the different types to help you determine the best tire type for your pickup truck.
All-season tires are the most common tire type for most vehicles. In fact, your pickup probably came from the dealership with all-season tires installed. All-season tires are on-road performance focused and provide good — but not always optimal — performance all year round.
All-terrain tires offer a balance between on- and off-road performance, making them a great choice for drivers who take their pickups off-road sometimes but do plenty of on-road driving, too.
Mud-terrain tires are best for drivers who use their pickup truck mostly for off-road driving, as they offer excellent off-road performance but don’t perform as well as other tire types in normal on-road driving conditions.
Finally, snow or winter tires are made of special rubber compounds that remain soft and durable even in sub-freezing temperatures, making them a great seasonal choice for pickup drivers in areas with cold winters.
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